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Twitch hack puts home addresses, phone numbers, and passwords at risk

Twitch, the company Amazon acquired for nearly $1 billion last August, has been hacked. The service is used mostly to live-stream content from video games, whether that involves an official tournament or a chaotic game of Pokémon Red, but it recently announced plans to stream other types of content, like live music festivals. The company hasn’t yet [...]

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YouTube announces ‘YouTube for Artists’

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep Already the world’s biggest source of streaming music, YouTube is taking steps to make their site more artist-friendly. The company just announced ‘YouTube for Artists,’ which provides musicians with the tips, tricks, and data necessary to take their career to the next level. You have to walk before you [...]

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Twitter makes it easier to tell police about online threats, but will they care?

Twitter has made it easier for its users to inform police of violent threats. Now, when a Twitter user reports threatening tweets, the company offers to send a summary of the report that can be forwarded to local authorities. This summary makes it clear who made a threat, when it was sent, and when it was first [...]

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360º YouTube Videos

YouTube now supports 360º video playback on Chrome and on Android devices. You can change the camera’s perspective both while the video is playing and when it’s paused. See more examples here, here and here. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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How Science Looks At Really Tiny Things – Using Tape And Pliers

For nanomaterials scientists, just getting a look at what they’re working with presents a serious challenge — you can’t see something a couple atoms wide with a normal microscope. And while they have all the fancy toys you’d probably expect in a hi-tech lab, office supplies also play a disturbingly prominent role. Read more… Continue [...]

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Hot new video app Meerkat emerges as a possible citizen journalism tool

We’ve seen the power of platforms like Twitter and YouTube to empower citizen journalists and bring attention to the plights of the oppressed around the world. Twitter has the benefit of being real-time, something that proved crucial during uprisings like the Arab Spring and in recent protests in Ferguson, MO. YouTube, which has become the [...]

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XiveTV Streams Tons of Documentaries for Free to Your TV or Smartphone

Reality TV and dramas get tiresome. Sometimes you want a little something smarter to watch, and that’s where XiveTV comes in. The service offers thousands of hours of documentary programming on topics from history and culture to space science and medicine. And yes, nature docs and wildlife adventures are in there too. Read more… Continue [...]

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10 Years of YouTube

On February 15, 2005, the world’s most popular video sharing site was founded. In honor of its 10th anniversary, The Daily Conversation compiled 101 of the most popular YouTube videos from the past 10 years. List of videos here. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Watch This: Yellow Claw drop their new collaboration with Skrillex in Germany

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep Amsterdam’s trap trio, Yellow Claw, have something special up their sleeves. The threesome recently played one of their biggest outings to date alongside Rudimental and A$AP Ferg, lending support to Skrillex and Diplo‘s Madison Square Garden New Years Eve circus to ring in 2015. Now it [...]

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